Safari is easily one of the best web browsers I’ve used. However, I’ve found myself pressing the Command+Q combo shortcut multiple times on accident. If you’re not aware, the Command+Q keyboard shortcut quits applications. This problem not only affects Safari but also the other browsers supported by OS X including Chrome and Firefox. If you find yourself in this situation, there’s an easy fix. Essentially, you’ll end up with a key configuration besides Command+Q for quitting a specific app. Continue reading
This is the December 2013 edition of Best Mac Apps, an article dedicated to provide recommendations for Mac apps you should start using.
Apps are a big part of owning any iOS device or smartphone. With the App Store’s insane amount of Apps, it’s really hard to find great apps that are worth actually buying. Here are a couple recommendations that I’m sure you’ll like!
If you’re running iOS 7, you’ve probably either had a great experience or a poor one. If you have a newer device, it has probably been great. However, using a device such as the iPhone 4 may have been somewhat of a challenge. If that’s the case for me, there are a few tweaks that can definitely help with the slow down of your iOS 7 device. Continue reading
Over time, the integration between smartphones and computers has significantly increased. With features like Apple’s iCloud, you can start something on your Mac and finish it on your iPhone. It’s very convenient! In the past, finding a Mac compatible application on your iPhone meant needing to go onto a Mac and downloading it. If you’ve found yourself in a similar experience, Transloader solved just that problem. Continue reading
OS X Mavericks was recently released as a free update from the Mac App Store. Being a major OS X release, Mavericks brings new features. If you’ve already updated, finding most of those features was most likely very simple. Some of the more notable ones are Finder tabs, better multiple display support, and even new default apps like Maps and iBooks. In addition to those features, there are also other features that you should start taking advantage of if you’re not already. Continue reading
There are literally hundreds of apps in the App Store built to help improve your iPhone photo taking experience. Most of them are free but some of the better apps are paid. In this App Review, I’ll be going over ‘CollageIt’. A free app you can get to enhance your pictures. Its main feature is obviously photo collages but it goes definitely goes beyond that. Continue reading
Optical media comes closer to its death by the day. At the moment, almost all of Apple’s computers don’t include an optical drive. That’s why, it’s probably a good idea to rip all your optical media. OS X doesn’t have built-in functionality for ripping and it’s somewhat difficult to find an acceptable Third-party app. However, for the next couple of days, Leawo will be hosting a Giveaway of ‘Blu-ray Ripper’. Continue reading
A couple months after the announcement in June, OS X Mavericks is officially out. This specific version of OS X brings new features like Finder tabs, Tags, and iCloud keychain for easy access to website user credentials. Mavericks also brings improved performance to OS X as well as new applications like Maps and iBooks. I’m sure you’re excited like I am. So without further delay, here’s an upgrade guide for the first non-cat named version of OS X! Continue reading
Apple’s iPhoto is definitely a fantastic application for photo editing. It’s simple and built into OS X. However, some OS X users including myself don’t have much use for it. In fact, it’s not even on my Mac at this moment. If you don’t have iPhoto running on your Mac and need to quickly edit a photo, try Preview. Preview is another built-in OS X app mainly made to open pictures. What you may not know though is the fact that it does more than photo viewing. It can also come in handy when you need to edit photos. In this quick tip, I’ll be focusing on Preview’s size adjustment feature. Continue reading